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Metal Packed GC Column (fits PerkinElmer®)

phase 0.1% SP-1000, matrix 80/120 Carbopack C support, L × O.D. × I.D. 6.0 ft (1.8 m) × 1/8  in. × 2.1 mm

  •  NACRES SB.54



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Quality Level   100
material   stainless steel column
mfr. no.   PerkinElmer
parameter   0-225 °C temperature (isothermal or programmed)
application(s)   gas chromatography (GC): suitable
L × O.D. × I.D.   6.0 ft (1.8 m) × 1/8  in. × 2.1 mm
matrix   80/120 Carbopack C support
matrix active group   0.1% SP-1000 phase
column type   packed GC


General description

Packed column percolates the carrier gas through the porous bed. In a packed column, separation is achieved by moving the solutes apart. Packed columns are made up of two main materials; stainless steel and Pyrex glass. Metal packed columns are more suitable for long and high carrier gas flow rates to tolerate the elevated pressures. Carbopack C, better known as graphitized carbon black is suitable as stationary phase in both packed and capillary columns.

An economical metal column should be used for less demanding applications where the inertness of glass is not required. This column fits PerkinElmer 8000, 9000, AutoSystem, XL, and Clarus 500 (Not On-Column Injection).

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